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ZAGREB FILM FESTIVAL

'Rubber', Cannes 2010, a review

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A past Cannes tribute to RUBBER (2010)... A Cannes 2010 feature...  REVIEW of RUBBER (2010) by Quentin Dupieux. ‘Meet Robert. Little Tire. Big Dreams.’How many times can you say to yourself ‘WTF?’ during a film? Well, I dare you to watch this Magical Realism, Western, Slasher, Suspense, Psychological Thriller, Art-house, Experimental, Fantasy and just plain Weird genre jumble fiction perspective feature that keeps you wondering long after you’ve seen it what exactly it is that yo...

Pandora and her Zagreb!

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Pandora by J. W. Waterhouse  FANTASTIC ZAGREB FILM FESTIVAL was my first trip to Croatia’s comely capital. When I arrived, I had the fright of my life at 6:00am my first morning. My room was broken into by a creepy tall man and who knows what would have happened if I had not been awake at that early hour (jetlag!), if I had not been facing the door as he began opening it. Well, to make a long story short, nothing better than a hair-raising real life experience to start off an equal...

Pandora and her Zagreb!

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Pandora by J. W. Waterhouse FANTASTIC ZAGREB FILM FESTIVAL was my first trip to Croatia’s comely capital. When I arrived, I had the fright of my life at 6:00am my first morning. My room was broken into by a creepy tall man and who knows what would have happened if I had not been awake at that early hour (jetlag!), if I had not been facing the door as he began opening it. Well, to make a long story short, nothing better than a hair-raising real life experience to start off an equally bloodcurd...

a local Zagreb wedding

of a series of Zagreb touring pictures taken on the last day of the first ever FANTASTIC ZAGREB FILM FESTIVAL. Here is Zagreb wedding. Oh yes, it all happens here! :-)photos by Vanessa McMahon 

Local Zagreban Funeral

of a series of Zagreb touring pictures taken on the last day of the first ever FANTASTIC ZAGREB FILM FESTIVAL. Here is Zagreb a Zagreb funeral processionphotos by Vanessa McMahon 

old Zagreb

of a series of Zagreb touring pictures taken on the last day of the first ever FANTASTIC ZAGREB FILM FESTIVAL. Here is another couple out of time.photos by Vanessa McMahon 

my shadow

of a series of Zagreb touring pictures taken on the last day of the first ever FANTASTIC ZAGREB FILM FESTIVAL. Here is my shadow in front of Kamenita Vrata.photos by Vanessa McMahon 

Zagreb 18th century church

of a series of Zagreb touring pictures taken on the last day of the first ever FANTASTIC ZAGREB FILM FESTIVAL. Here is Zagreb 18th century churchphotos by Vanessa McMahon 

Really old Zagreb

of a series of Zagreb touring pictures taken on the last day of the first ever FANTASTIC ZAGREB FILM FESTIVAL. Here is a couple right out of the past!photos by Vanessa McMahon 

Zagreb fashion!

of a series of Zagreb touring pictures taken on the last day of the first ever FANTASTIC ZAGREB FILM FESTIVAL. Here is Zagreb Fashion and a taste of the vibrant colors of this kaleidoscopic city!photos by Vanessa McMahon 

Zagreb Cathedral

of a series of Zagreb touring pictures taken on the last day of the first ever FANTASTIC ZAGREB FILM FESTIVAL. Here is Zagreb Cathedralphotos by Vanessa McMahon 

Zagreb museums

of a series of Zagreb touring pictures taken on the last day of the first ever FANTASTIC ZAGREB FILM FESTIVAL. Here is Zagreb Museum of Broken Relationshipsphotos by Vanessa McMahon 

Upper Zagreb

of a series of Zagreb touring pictures taken on the last day of the first ever FANTASTIC ZAGREB FILM FESTIVAL. Here is Smallest funicular in the world!photos by Vanessa McMahon 

Upper Zagreb

of a series of Zagreb touring pictures taken on the last day of the first ever FANTASTIC ZAGREB FILM FESTIVAL. Here is Houses in upper Zagreb.photos by Vanessa McMahon 

Zagreb Theater

of a series of Zagreb touring pictures taken on the last day of the first ever FANTASTIC ZAGREB FILM FESTIVAL. Here is Zagreb National Theater.photos by Vanessa McMahon 

RUBBER REVIEW!

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REVIEW of RUBBER (2010) by Quentin Dupieux. ‘Meet Robert. Little Tire. Big Dreams.’ How many times can you say to yourself ‘WTF?’ during a film? Well, I dare you to watch this Magical Realism, Western, Slasher, Suspense, Psychological Thriller, Art-house, Experimental, Fantasy and just plain Weird genre jumble fiction perspective feature that keeps you wondering long after you’ve seen it what exactly it is that you have seen. I still am not quite sure. I think it was a fi...

RUBBER REVIEW!

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 REVIEW of RUBBER (2010) by Quentin Dupieux. ‘Meet Robert. Little Tire. Big Dreams.’ How many times can you say to yourself ‘WTF?’ during a film? Well, I dare you to watch this Magical Realism, Western, Slasher, Suspense, Psychological Thriller, Art-house, Experimental, Fantasy and just plain Weird genre jumble fiction perspective feature that keeps you wondering long after you’ve seen it what exactly it is that you have seen. I still am not quite sure. I think it was a film but ...

Fantastic Zagreb, the Founders Zay...

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 This year was the kick off to the new film festival FANTASTIC ZAGREB. I loved the statement of the festival directors so much but it could only be found in the film program so I have decided to share it with you here by transcribing it word for word. :-)Founders of the Fantastic Zagreb Film Festival statement:"WELCOME...From Paris to Tokyo, from Berlin to Toronto, from Venice and Cannes to Abu Dhabi, Stockholm and Porto... We traveled half way around the world, visited numerous film festi...

Flying over Zagreb!

Fantastic Zagreb Film Festival founder Stjepan Hundic mock flies over his beloved city. He's saying, 'I'm the king of the world!' photo by Vanessa McMahon 

Flying Stjepan over Zagreb!

Fantastic Zagreb Film Festival founder Stjepan Hundic mock flies over his beloved city. He's saying, 'I'm the king of the world!' photo by Vanessa McMahon 

A SERBIAN FILM... BEFORE... with Aleksandar Radivojevic

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   I first learned of A SERBIAN FILM (2010) when a distributor friend of mine (who shall remain anonymous) told me about it at this year’s Berlinale 2011. He animatedly described to me what he deemed ‘the worst and most disgusting horrific film’ he had ever seen and had been so repulsed by the film he had shredded the DVD immediately after watching it. ‘Wow!’ I thought. ‘Do tell me more’. So, he described to me what all of those who have seen the film refer to as ‘the ba...

A SERBIAN FILM... BEFORE... with Aleksandar Radivojevic

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  I first learned of A SERBIAN FILM (2010) when a distributor friend of mine (who shall remain anonymous) told me about it at this year’s Berlinale 2011. He animatedly described to me what he deemed ‘the worst and most disgusting horrific film’ he had ever seen and had been so repulsed by the film he had shredded the DVD immediately after watching it. ‘Wow!’ I thought. ‘Do tell me more’. So, he described to me what all of those who have seen the film refer to as ‘the baby scene...

Fantastic Zagreb nights

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Sunrise over Upper Zagreb. One of the highlights of this nocturnal film festival for me was the eerie moonlight tour of the upper old town of Zagreb. We were led by actors in costume through sinuous old cobbled streets, each of us holding dangling lit lanterns. The further we went into the past the further fiction and make-believe blurred reality and a sensation filled me that we had walked onto the set of one of the fantasy films featured at the festival. But this set was the best because this...

'Secrets of Gric' at Fantastic Zagreb!

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 Sunrise over Upper Zagreb. One of the highlights of this nocturnal film festival for me was the eerie moonlight tour of the upper old town of Zagreb. We were led by actors in costume through sinuous old cobbled streets, each of us holding dangling lit lanterns. The further we went into the past the further fiction and make-believe blurred reality and a sensation filled me that we had walked onto the set of one of the fantasy films featured at the festival. But this set was the best because th...

IRON DOORS, an interview with Stephen Manuel

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 IRON DOORS (2010), a new psychological thriller to make you think. About an investment banker with no name (we never get his name in this film so he’s a kind of Everyman investment banker) wakes up to find himself stuck inside a vault with no way out. ‘No food. No water. No way out.’ We experience his loneliness, hunger, thirst, frustration and even his hallucinations with him as he struggles to stay alive… or we are also left to wonder if he is even alive at all and maybe he has been ...
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